Welcome to the official social network of our planned Festival and the hub of all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts in North Texas. Make yourself at home and make use of all of the tools here to showcase what you do and what you love. Also, you can use the Invite above to expose others to what's happening. We appreciate you being here. There are some exciting things ahead. Participate and share with others is main thing.
When you have spare time, familiarize yourself with the Community Guidelines we've put in place to ensure that everyone's experience on this network is of the highest quality. One of the first things to do is upload a photoID via the 'Settings' link to the upper right column of your page. We also invite Members of this network to take full advantage of the newly introduced Member Marketing Program that allows you to tap into the now 15,000+ followers of the Festival across the entire social media system. If you're interested in any of this or if you have any questions call us at 214.702.4286.
by Steven Doyle We recently had a chance to check in and check out Hutchins BBQ located in McKinney (closed temporarily due to fire) and Frisco, Texas recently with some pretty positive results. In this world where BBQ can be … Continue reading →
Introducing our 1st annual Vino at the Vin. We’re celebrating National Wine Day the only way we know how…with a weekend full of immersive wine events — Rombauer Wine Dinner, TX wine & BBQ, WSET Level 1 Class, and Wine … Continue reading →
Trinity Groves is a treasure trove of good food, from top-notch Italian to modern Chinese. Soon, the West Dallas dining destination will expand with Milagro, a new taco-focused restaurant from Jesus Carmona, the chef behind the beloved Tacos Mariachi, that … Continue reading →
Two Texas high school teams earned a lifetime of BBQ bragging rights recently for winning the 2021 Texas High School State BBQ Championship title beating out 59 other teams in the state-wide competition at the John L. Kuykendall Event Center … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle The Perry family opened its first restaurant in 1979 in Southeast Houston as a modest meat market called Perry’s Butcher Shop and Deli. In 1986, Chris Perry persuaded his father Bob to add dining tables, which eventually … Continue reading →